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  • Hattich Ranch and Farm
    At the Hattich Ranch and Farm, we are committed to offering only the best sustainably grown produce to our customers. We consider ourselves stewards of the land and work hard to offer the highest quality produce with limited impact on the surrounding ...
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  • Grow Raspberry Canes
    An altogether delicious soft fruit with a refreshing acidic taste. Well suited to growing in a temperate climate the raspberry plant is an easy fruit for the amateur to grow. The major need for a raspberry plant is a moist soil, though heavy clay is ...
    http://www.gardenaction.co.uk/fruit_veg_diary/fruit_veg_mini_project_januar...
 
  • The Growing Brambles
    Information on soils, site preparation, planting, pruning and managing raspberries and blackberries, and cultivars suitable for growing in West Virginia. ...
    http://www.wvu.edu/~agexten/hortcult/fruits/brambles.htm
 
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  • Plant Disease Raspberry
    Detailed information on about fifteen diseases which can affect this crop and the control methods available. ...
    http://plant-disease.ippc.orst.edu/plant_searchResults.cfm?host_see=Raspber...
 
  • The Thornless Blackberries
    Information on these cultural techniques. Thornless blackberries have been grown successfully using a variety of trellising systems which are required to hold canes above the ground. If the tops of new canes are pruned during the summer to keep growt ...
    http://www.wvu.edu/~agexten/hortcult/fruits/prunblkbr.htm
 
  • Blackberries and Raspberries
    Blackberries and Raspberries, often termed Brambles, are a diverse group of species and hybrids in the genus Rubus. They are members of the Rosaceae family, closely related to strawberry in the subfamily Rosoideae. Rubus is one of the most diverse ge ...
    http://www.uga.edu/fruit/rubus.html
 
  • Raspberries and Blackberries
    Raspberries and blackberries can be a most enjoyable crop for the conscientious gardener. Red raspberries are readily adaptable throughout New England, but black and purple raspberries and blackberries lack the hardiness to be grown north of wellshel ...
    http://www.umext.maine.edu/onlinepubs/htmpubs/2066.htm
 
  • Weed Control in Strawberries
    Information on the timing of herbicide applications and the products that are suitable for these crops. Weeds in strawberries should be controlled at a time when critical growth events i.e. flowering, fruiting, daughter plant growth and establishment ...
    http://www1.agric.gov.ab.ca/$department/deptdocs.nsf/all/faq6860
 
  • The Plant Disease Control
    Photographs and detailed information on a number of diseases that can affect this crop and their control. ...
    http://plant-disease.ippc.orst.edu/plant_searchResults.cfm?host_see=Blackbe...
 
  • Growing Blackberry Cane
    Blackberries will grow reasonably well in almost all soils and even in deep shade. Remember though, that blackberry plants may well last for 15 years or so, so do try and start them off in the best possible conditions available. ...
    http://www.gardenaction.co.uk/fruit_veg_diary/blackberry_page1.asp
 
 
 
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